37.4 C
6:43 PM, Thursday, 20 June 2024

Thailand for First time Visitors The Perfect 7 day Itinerary/ Thailand Travel Plan for one Week


Share post:

#thailand #pattaya #travel
Welcome to “Travel Thailand” channel.
LIKE & SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel for more of the latest daily news updates & more video’s about thailand tourism.
Today Video Topic :
Thailand for First-time Visitors: The Perfect 7-day Itinerary.

Welcome to Travel Thailand – Thailand is a land of vibrant culture, breathtaking landscapes, and unforgettable experiences. For first-time visitors, navigating this Southeast Asian gem can be both exciting and overwhelming. But fear not! With a well-planned itinerary, you can make the most of your trip and create memories to last a lifetime. In this video, we’ll guide you through a perfect 7-day itinerary that showcases the best of Thailand’s rich heritage, stunning beaches, bustling cities, and serene countryside.

Day 1: Arrival in Bangkok.

Fly into Bangkok and get set for a day full of novel experiences, as you set out to explore the city. Your adventure begins in the vibrant capital city of Bangkok. After settling into your accommodation, dive headfirst into the sensory overload of street food, bustling markets, and awe-inspiring temples.

In the evening, reach Wat Arun in time, to catch the breathtaking sunset view from there. The temple is made of colourful spires that flaunt intricate detailing with tiny pieces of glass and flamboyant Chinese porcelain.

Day 2: Exploring Bangkok.
Start your day with a visit to the bustling Chatuchak Weekend Market, where you can shop for everything from souvenirs to exotic spices. Then, delve into Bangkok’s rich history and culture with a trip to the Jim Thompson House and the Bangkok National Museum.
Whether you’re travelling with friends or family, Chinatown is a must-visit! From here you can head to Safari World if you’re a nature lover, as it offers a marine park as well as a wildlife park.

Day 3 : Phuket trip.
A short flight from Bangkok will take you to the beautiful island of Phuket. In the first half of the day, opt for a city tour, covering top attractions like Big Buddha, Wat Chalong, Old Town Phuket and Patong Beach. You can spend the rest of the day relaxing at the gorgeous beaches of Karon or Kamala.

Phuket’s lively Bangla Road is a great place to experience the nightlife of the city. You can party till the wee hours at the many nightclubs and pubs here. The street also has many good restaurants, serving authentic Thai food and local seafood delicacies.

Day 4 : Phuket island Tour.
Phuket offers many half and full-day excursions, including the popular island hopping tours. Visit the famous James Bond Island as part of the morning boat tour, which also offers lunch on-board.

Get back to the city by early evening so that you have enough time to relax, before you head to catch the extravagant Simon Cabaret. The cabaret features ladyboys putting up spellbinding performing performances, amidst the most spectacular and glamorous setting. It is among the top things to do in Phuket. However, if you plan to go for this show, make sure you book the tickets well in advance.
Day 5: Pattaya Trip.
Head over to Pattaya for the next couple of days to experience yet another side of Thailand. Start with visiting the Sanctuary of Truth, an intricately carved wooden building and a place of immense religious significance for Buddhists and Hindus. Symbolic of the city of Pattaya, it often hosts local plays, Thai dancing, sword fighting and Thai boxing events.

Other top attractions in Pattaya include Underwater World Pattaya, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and the iconic Big Buddha Temple. The unique Pattaya Floating Market is also a must on your itinerary, for its waterfront location and a range of Thai artefacts and handicrafts that can be found here.

Day 6: Relax on the beaches and enjoy pattaya nightlife.
If you love the outdoors, you’ll love today’s trip to Pattaya’s Jomtein Beach. Indulge in a range of water sports, or simply enjoy some peaceful moments as you build sandcastles at the beach. While you’re here, you can also pamper yourself with a relaxing massage at Oasis Spa.

If you’re looking for more adventurous activities to get your adrenaline pumping, plan an excursion to Coral Island.

Since this would be your last evening in Thailand, don’t forget to head to the pulsating Walking Street. If time allows, you can also go for a pub-crawl at the many nightlife jaunts at Soi 6, 7 and Soi 8 to experience the nightlife of Pattaya.
Day 7 : Last Day
In the morning, plan a quick trip to Central Festival Pattaya Mall or the beautifully designed Mimosa (inspired by the French city of Colmar) and Big C Super Center, for a round of shopping. Grab souvenirs, home décor items, jewellery and other such local delights from the markets, before you prepare to leave for the airport for your flight back home.
If you are visiting Thailand for the first time, we hope you find this seven day travel plan useful. Thank you for watching the video. Have a good trip. . .

Share post:


More like this


Heartwarming Moment – Baby Orangutan And His Mom

Heartwarming: Mother Jingga holds and cuddles her baby boy...

Your Monthly Dose of Thai – Best of May 2024

This is the best video to review Thai monthly...

Is Retiring In Thailand Better Than Malaysia? 🇹🇭 vs 🇲🇾

Thailand vs Malaysia 🇹🇭 🇲🇾: Unveiling the Best Travel...